|Influence of the English eighteenth-century satirists on G. Ch. Lichtenberg and the Nachtwachen. Von Bonaventura - Katritzky, A. J. Dietlinde|
Keywords: Satirists, English
|The Ottawa coffee house scandal [microform] - Wicksteed, R. J. (Richard John), 1842-1912|
Signed: R.J. Wickstead
Keywords: Courts; Satirists, Canadian; Tribunaux; Satiriques canadiens
|English satire and satirists - Walker, Hugh|
Keywords: Satire, English--History and criticism; Satirists, English
|Karel Havlíček Borovský, neohrožený bojovník za práva národu českého : k padesátému výročí jeho úmrtí - Srb, Adolf|
Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Keywords: Havlíček-Borovský, Karel, 1821-11856; Intellectuals; Journalists; Satirists, Czech
|Rag Radio 2010-08-10 / Satirist and Realist Editor Paul Krassner: Take Two - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Rag Radio 2010-08-10 - Paul Krassner -- legendary "investigative satirist" -- returns for a second show. Krassner -- founder and editor of The Realist, author, activist, journalist, stand-up comic, radio personality, counterculture icon, a founder of the Yippies, and, according to the FBI, "a raving, unconfined nut" -- is Thorne Dreyer's guest for an encore performance. They discuss Krassner's working relationship and friendship with comic Lenny Bruce, some history of satirical topical comedy, a...
Keywords: Underground Press; Rag Radio; Paul Krassner; Thorne Dreyer; Lenny Bruce; Comics; Journalists; Satirists, The Realist, The Rag
|Rag Radio - 2010-08-03 / Satirist and Realist Editor Paul Krassner: Part One - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
An author, journalist, and stand-up comedian, Paul Krassner was the founder and editor of the legendary journal of social and political satire, The Realist. He was a founder of the Youth International Party (the Yippies), and was a member of Ken Kesey’s Merry Pranksters. He was a radio personality in San Francisco, known as “Rumpleforeskin.” His writing has appeared in major publications, including Playboy, Rolling Stone, Mother Jones, National Lampoon, Mad Magazine, and The Village Voice...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Paul Krassner; Thorne Dreyer; The Realist; Underground Press; The Rag; The Sixties; Satirists; Editors; Yippies; Groucho Marx; Rag Radio